The Most Luxurious Condo Buildings in Venetian Islands

The Most Luxurious Condo Buildings in Venetian Islands

Dec 04, 2019 December 04, 2019

If you’ve always wondered which top-of-the-line luxuries are available in the exclusive Venetian Islands, then this is the list for you. We’ve ranked the Top 5 Most Luxurious Condo Buildings in Miami Beach’s Venetian Islands, which also happen to be the most expensive buildings of this super desirable neighborhood. Read on to find out what kind of amenities these top-class residences provide and which one made it to number 1…


Why Choose the Venetian Islands?

This island retreat is one of the most sought-after addresses in Miami Beach. Residents not only get to relish the joys, views and privacy of island living, but they’re also perfectly positioned for a short drive to South Beach and Downtown on either side via the Venetian Causeway. Secluded living and the option to easily dive into all the action in a matter of minutes makes Venetian Island properties some of the most prized in Miami, so much so that they’re also popular with the celebrities for their sheer exclusivity (in this neighborhood, celebrities usually buy into the single-family homes on the water :)).

The Best of the Best Condos in Venetian Islands 

  1. Nine Island Avenue – 9 Island Avenue, Venetian Islands

    Avg. list price $599 per sq ft

    This condo mid-rise rises 25 stories on Miami Beach’s premium bayfront parcel and is home to 270 luxury condos. Amenities here include pet-friendly premises, marina with the option to rent boat docks, a pool deck, three outdoor Jacuzzis, party room, yoga studio, fitness center, tennis courts, billiards room, BBQ gazebo, lush tropical gardens with Koi ponds and more.

    Nine Island Avenue

  1. Costa Brava – 11 Island Avenue, Venetian Islands

    Avg. list price $668 per sq ft

    This Bayfront tower rises 22 stories and is home to 214 luxury condos. Amenities at this pet-friendly building include uninterrupted water views, swimming pool overlooking the bay, sundeck, basketball court, fitness center, multi-purpose room and more.

    Costa Brava

  1. Belle Towers – 16 Island Avenue, Venetian Islands

    Avg. list price $770 per sq ft

    Offering panoramic water and city views to residents, this Bayfront tower is home to 46 luxury condos spread across 9 stories. Amenities at this pet-friendly building include gated entry, unobstructed water views, a swimming pool, spa, access to a marina, boat slips and more.

    Belle Towers

  1. 1000 Venetian Way - 1000 Venetian Way, Venetian Islands

    Avg. list price $905 per sq ft

    The twin towers at 1000 Venetian Way are positioned to offer all their residents exquisite views of the bay and sailing action over at the Miami Yacht Club. Both towers rise only 20 stories to house a total of 121 modern luxury residences. Each beautifully-appointed condo unit is designed to deliver sunrise and sunset views. Amenities include tennis courts, basketball court, bayfront swimming pool, dog park, lushly landscaped outdoor picnic area and more.

    1000 Venetian Way

 

And the Winner of the Best Condo in Venetian Islands in Terms of Luxury Goes To…

  1. Grand Venetian – 10 Venetian Way, Venetian Islands

    Avg. list price $1,127 per sq ft

    This condo mid-rise occupies one of Miami Beach’s premium bayfront parcels. Just steps from The Standard Spa, it is home to 124 luxury condos peppered across 25 floors. Residents of this popular building get access to plush interiors and amenities such as tennis courts, pool and sundeck overlooking the bay, private party room and more.

    Grand Venetian

 

How Safe are the Venetian Islands?

Ranked the “5th Safest Miami Beach Neighborhood” according to neighborhoodscout.com, Venetian Islands offer the perks of island living in a highly secure environment. Further, gated access to most condo buildings only enhances the sense of security among its residents, which also have a strong sense of community. It’s no wonder then that the Venetian Causeway is a popular stretch for locals to catch the sunset, take a stroll, jog, bike, or even walk their dogs along its scenic sidewalks.

Best Restaurants in Venetian Islands

The only restaurant to the credit of the Venetian Islands is the Lido Bayside Grill serving Mediterranean fare at The Standard Spa. But just a short walk over a small bridge, neighborhood favorites Sardinia (authentic coastal Italian), Barceloneta (Spanish tapas), Lucali (Brooklyn pizza) and Pubbelly Sushi are just a handful of options at Sunset Harbour shops, along with Dr. Smood juices, Dirt vegan, Panther coffee and Sushi Garage.

Lido Bayside Restaurant

Shopping in Venetian Islands

Again, the Venetian Islands do not have any shopping options to their credit per se, but a short walk or drive delivers residents to the Sunset Harbour Shops and Lincoln Road Mall in South Beach or Bayside Marketplace in Downtown, maintaining that small community feel.

The Best Located Condos in Venetian Islands

We were spoilt for choice here, so we decided to name two condos as the best located in Venetian Islands. We choose the twin-tower 1000 Venetian Islands complex simply for its breathtaking views of the bay and all that exciting action on the water over at the Miami Yacht Club. And the Grand Venetian, as it is the fastest walk to all that South Beach has to offer; especially the tiny, yet power-packed neighborhood of Sunset Harbour with its Fresh Market, Publix, Purdy Lounge, yoga, bakeries, and banks.



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